QLASH enhances its presence in Vainglory by acquiring Ungravity, an amateur sport club very active in both the national and international communities.

Team QLASH continues its growth into the video game industry and in the national and international communities by the acquisition of Ungravity Gaming, an amateur sport club created by Fabio ‘WilliamShow’ Ferrotti. Ungravity is one of the most important communities for Vainglory – a MOBA game developed and published by Super Evil MegaCorp – in Italy.

“A chance to grow together”

This partnership allows QLASH to cement its presence in Vainglory, one of the most played MOBA games on mobile, it also gives Ungravity the chance to grow structurally, with full access to the QLASH know-how and skills.

QLASH and Ungravity first met during the Vainglory Pro Series, an international event powered by the very same Ungravity, with the likes of SK Gaming, Team Queso, G2 and of course, the inaugural Champions, QLASH.

“Vainglory is one of my favourite games – said Luca Pagano, CEO and Founder of QLASH – “So when I met Fabio, I realized that we could have the chance to cooperate and grow together. This acquisition of Ungravity takes us to the next level”

The words of ‘WilliamShow’

Fabio Ferrotti, creator of Ungravity, makes his debut in QLASH becoming the Community Manager of Vainglory. But this is just the begin: “I’m excited, because I have the opportunity to work on Vainglory in a very professional environment and with a huge potential. I will work on other projects too, but my main focus will be on Vainglory”.

A golden opportunity for ‘WilliamShow’: “Ungravity basically was born with Vainglory. We helped the community by streaming, translating statistics websites like VGPRO and vgminer, and by organizing a lot of online tournaments in Italy”.

Ferrotti took the chance to thank his staff, without which “the Ungravity project would have never drawn the attention of a big and important reality like QLASH: I’m happy to know that my collaborators got this prestigious testimonial for their hard work”.